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Joplin Globe (Newspaper) - February 25, 1940, Joplin, Missouri T a Joplin Globe sunday february 25. 1940. Carthage girls win county Competition win attend state student Assembly in March others also May be sent. Carthage mo., feb. 24.-miss Marian Maring Carthage High school senior and daughter . And mrs. Wilbur f. Maring Carthage won the Honor representing Jasper county in the third annual state student Assembly in Jefferson City March 30, n a competitive examination conducted at the High school Here today. Miss Maring made a total 20f Points out a possible 220 and was High Over 23 other contestants. Elroy Thomas Webb City placed second with 202 Points. Miss mailing s father is representative from the first legislative District the county. May name others. Inasmuch As Jasper county is divided into three legislative districts with a representative from each in the Missouri general Assembly it is possible three students will be selected from this county to sit in the state student Assembly. Mrs. Bertha h. Reed county school superintendent who was in charge the examination today called attention to the three legislative districts in reporting the examination grades to the state department Public schools and requested that this county be allowed three representatives. In event three Are seated miss Maring will represent the first District Thomas the second District and either Roy Denton Dale Cearnal Joplin who tied with 195 Points the third District. It is possible that both Joplin boys will attend As each would have been eligible under the rules to represent the county had they tied for top honors. Other pupils taking the examination and Points made by each follows Nancy Cash Webb City 199 Mary Belle Day Webb City 198 Max Myers Webb City 1s7 Joan Wheeler Joplin 193 Margaret Bull Joplin 191 Richard Webster. Carthage 190 Herbert Stogsdill Webb City 190 Paul Roberts Webb City 189 Elroy Pratt Joplin 189 Wilson Stevick Joplin 188 Elizabeth Degginger Joplin 186 John Martin Joplin 185 Juanita weit honer Carthage 178 Ralph Bass Webb City 176 Richard Aikin Joplin 174 Rozema Spurrier Carthage 174 Norma Ravi Joplin 173 Avon Winslow Webb City 160 Marjorie Jones Carthage 167 Mary Berry Alba 151. College alumni will hold banquet March 18 alumni and former Sti Identa Pittsburg teachers College will hold an annual banquet monday night March 18, at the Roberts tearoom. Miss Edith. Gorman miss Mildred Robb and miss Thelma my Reynolds Are in charge local arrangements. The banquet Here will be one several held in different localities Over a wide area. At the same time a banquet will be held in,pitt3burg, at which president w. A. Brandenburg the College will speak. His address will be broadcast for reception at each affair. Two members the College faculty will speak at the banquet Here. There Are 70 alumni in Joplin. As the committee has no record former students who do not have degrees from the College these have been asked to communicate with miss Gorman a member her committee. Persevering Pelican. Galveston up if you want to tame a Pelican do As j. U. Rogers did. While he was fishing Offatt Bayou a Pelican flopped Down the water near by. Rogers posed him a Sand Trout and Ever since the Pelican has been Mascot bag Rogers boat every time it appears the Bayou. Germany lined up for Battle presents striking contrast to Reich at peace by Elmer w correspondence the associated press transit through Germany there was a time when it meant a smooth pleasant journey a Brief glimpse a people at peace. Today a transit journey from Budapest to Copenhagen provides a striking object lesson in the difference Between peace and War. It has much the same effect As plunging into a Tunnel a train leaving brightness and Light at one end and then having it burst upon you suddenly at the other. Immediately across the hungarian austrian Frontier you sense the hold which War has Germany the grimly serious efficiency with which the Reich has organized itself for conflict. You sense it in the soldiers who swing aboard your train in the faces the people the station platforms. You feel rather than see the manner in which everything is dovetailed into the pattern War. This is no longer Budapest where both music and people Are yet Gay where Good food abounds where Normal living still prevails. No this is the greater Reich As it has been lined up for Battle. Across the thin line a Frontier and you Are in a different world where every detail living has been arranged. Two hours from that Frontier and your train grinds to a Stop in Vienna s famous East station. You push your Way through crowds soldiers and officers. The steam from the locomotives seems to swirl around steel helmets and rifles and kit bags but you Are Ever conscious discipline. There is a confusion but a confusion in which everyone appears to know where they Are going and in which the Only false note seems to be the elderly foreigner who is frantic to know where he can get his food rationing card. Must take things easy. Have patience mein Herr an old Gateman admonishes. You will not starve. But have and the advice is Good. Under War conditions trains for civilians May be late and taxis and porters scarce. You must learn to take things easy. Outside the Vienna station it is eerie Black. Full blackouts have just been ordered you Are told and the once Gay capital Austria seems to resent the curtain that has been pulled Over it. Vienna without lights at night Vienna streets deserted almost except for pedestrians rumbling their Way about. The famous ring is but a blur. It seems incongruous and As you Strain your eyes in the darkness the ghostly buildings appear to be bending As though in apology. Your taxi Driver mumbles to himself As he tries to pass a heavy truck. At your Vienna hotel you find the main dining room closed and you have dinner in a Small breakfast room. For the first time you meet food rationing tickets. You sign a document to acknowledge that you Haye received so Many tickets and then learn to look at the menu to discover what you must give in tickets to obtain certain dishes. You find yourself gazing at the butter and realize that All your life so far you have taken food for granted with bread and butter something that existed quite naturally and not to be questioned. You have your first experience with War Coffee served with elaborate care by the head waiter from a Silver pot. With handsome knife and Fork you attack a portion fish Fried in artificial fat. Not Only Are you eating food but you Are eating so Many Grams essential food. And prompted by scone curious instinct you Are careful not to waste. From Vienna to Berlin then you have Only occasional reminders that the third Reich is at War. Your railway car has been used in German Peterson. Polish travel. You sit and stare at framed tourist photographs Krakow and Warsaw photographs that show peaceful tree shaded Parks and new buildings. And in the dining car where you have an ample lunch you sit across from a Young austrian officer who served the polish front and who is now his Way to the Western front. He is clean Cut intelligent enthusiastic. He is Reading a Book the social and agricultural problems the United states and is curious to know hew America will Ever solve its problems. Friendliness is shown. Here he says we have the problems course hut we say to ourselves the fuehrer will take care throughout you meet with friendliness but a friendliness under restraint. Over your head always is the red lettered warning to germans be careful How you speak. The enemy but the friendliness is there even in the tired Porter who takes your bags As you arrive in Friedric Strasse station in Berlin and find yourself in weather so cold your Teeth chatter. In the end you bless the Porter. For to arrive in Berlin at night is a problem. Beyond the station swept with cold winds Berlin is swallowed up in impenetrable darkness and there Are no taxis. With the Porter As a guide you stumble through the darkness to a near by hotel. But the hotel is full. The shortage fuel you afterwards learn has sent people to hotels in preference to their own Homes. You lurch through darkness to another hotel colliding with other pedestrians. Again you Are turned away. At last the Porter takes you by subway to Unter Den Linden for a weary March from hotel to hotel until you at last find a room. And you find it by virtue being an american. An old Hall Porter takes you aside and whispers wait mein Herr. You will have a room. I have been in this hotel 28 years and never let it be said that an american was turned away from the Tho next Day As you travel northward from Berlin still ruminating Berlin today As compared with several years ago the feeling War pressure seems to grow less. The Snow covered Countryside seems to become More cheerful. And at Warnemunde where the ferry to Denmark Waits you take a last look at wartime Germany. Walking up a gangplank you feel the abrupt shift the Quick change from War to peace. Senate candidate Isa visitor Here la do. One jut it Welt  the chief objective everyone should be to do one thing Well. Your Rector accomplished thi objective when he spent years his life in preparing himself to care for you when you need medical attention. How foolish then to depend others. When illness comes to you any member your family consult your physician without delay. Be sure that he is a licensed . From an accredited school Medicine. Then bring your prescriptions to us for expert compounding. Fourth and Joplin fourth and Joplin mammoths lost Worl created scientists twirl time backward 250 million years in building lifelike reptiles. H. H. Milligan St. Louis candidate for the Republican nomination for United states senator was in Joplin yesterday consulting Republican leaders. He appeared at a Republican rally held at Neosho Friday night and was among candidates introduced. Colorado Springs up scientists Cheyenne Mountain museum have twirled time backward 250,000,000 years rebuilding a piece Tho world so lifelike even the eyes its reptiles r. W. L. Potts curator and formerly the staffs half a dozen front rank museums says it is the first attempt so far As he knows to reconstruct prehistoric mammoths a Large scale in a setting such As existed millions years ago. So natural is the exhibit arranged by Potts and his assistants that world famous botanists have been Able to identify and name some the artificial plants which compose the landscape. These plants heretofore were known to scientists Only in Fossil form. Potts Drew knowledge acquired in years study to reproduce accurately a scene that occurred when the first the a sea creatures pulled himself out the water and sought a place in the Sun. The first landlubber. The Central figure is Dippy Short for a sea and water animal. Before him All life had lived in water. Dippy was an amphibian living both sea and land. So in lists say he was the first creature Ever to develop four legs with five prongs each them the forerunners arms and fingers legs and toes Mankind. Dippy has been reproduced in such life like detail that zoo visitors have sworn they have seen him breathe and even move his leg across an ancient log. He is life size eight feet Long and is restored in his original phosphorescent colors. Potts has completed a second diorama which depicts a scene 90.000,000 years ago. This was the age dinosaurs just after the Rocky mountains had reared their peaks from a vast sea. Because their giant size sometimes 50 feet Long from nose to Tail and 20 feet High the dinosaurs were reduced to scale. The largest i3 about eight feet Long about one fifth life size. On the same scale an average Man would be 14 inches tall. Flying this scene shows two tyranny Sauri greatest flesh eating animal Ever known Earth with their Sabre like 10-Inch-Long Teeth bared bal fully As they Are about to attack a Plant feeding triceratops a triple horned Dinosaur about 15 tons. In the background Are several primitive flying fortresses otherwise known As Pteranodon. Catlike and the size a Small air plane they were flying reptiles with a Wing spread 30 feet. The landscape is a Plain with the Shoreline the Kansas sea near by. This once covered much the Mississippi Valley attend service Here. Mrs. Pearl Gillespie and daughter Gail Akron o., and Lewis Plagmann Oklahoma City attended funeral services Here saturday for their Mother mrs. Frieda Plagmann. Or. And mrs. Gus Plagmann and daughter mrs. Herman gust and mrs. Mary Sissener Alexander s. D., mrs. Lizzie Muhler Plankington s. D., and mrs. Sophia Knockemus Sioux Falls s. D., also attended the services. Davidson Gaston. Roy Davidson Opolis and Gail Gaston Asbury were married yesterday by Justice j. A. Koontz. Policy Fca broadened to protect farm borrowers against foreclosures Washington feb. 24.- a amid some internal dissension the farm credit administration Multi billion Dollar Federal agricultural credit Agency has embarked upon a broadened policy designed to keep Farmer debtors the farm and to protect them against foreclosures. Under this policy strict banking procedure will be abandoned for extreme leniency in cases where Farmer borrowers Are deemed to have a Chance eventually meeting their obligations. A. G. Black the Agency s new chief outlined the policy today in a discussion recent resignations some officials in protest against the policy and a recent presidential order placing Tho Fca heretofore autonomous under the agriculture department. Latest resignations included those Peyton Evans general counsel and the president and vice president the Fca s Federal land Bank at Spokane Wash. There were reports that other resignations were to follow. The Fca is taking the Broad social View Black said that its duty is to help. Farmers become landowners even if it has to adopt special measures to help them. It is our belief that such a View would in the end serve the Best interests the nation As Well As the in proper cases worthy but seriously delinquent borrowers Are being assisted As rapidly As possible by measures which Are designed to keep them their farm and protect them against foreclosure. These special methods Are being urged Only after careful study the individual Borrower s condition indicates that his regular instalments and delinquencies Are heavier than he can meet from the Normal production his farm and cannot be handled by the land Bank s usual methods treating these special methods include the suspended payment plan under which the Borrower is Given a rest period his debt payments designed to give him a Chance to catch up financially. The variable payment plan under which payments debt May be larger in years Good yields and lower in years poor crops. The re amortization plan under which farm mortgages Are rewritten to give the Borrower a longer period years to pay thereby reducing his annual payments. Black indicated that the Fca would foreclose Only in cases obvious bad Faith the part borrowers in cases where it was certain that the Borrower had Little no Chance paying out. He said the Fca would not require its borrowers to comply with agriculture department crop control programs but would suggest that they take part in them. Senate candidate visits in county Manvel h. Cap Davis Kansas City a candidate for Republican nomination for United states senator is in Jasper county the first Southwest Missouri tour his Campaign. He attended a Republican meeting Friday night at Neosho. Davis whose Campaign is being managed by Edward h. Winter a former lieutenant governor conferred with party leaders in Joplin yesterday and planned to make informal Calls in Webb City and Carthage today. He will return a speaking tour later in the Campaign he said. Davis is a Kansas City attorney and a former state senator. Germany utilizes captured Oil Wells experts and engineers increasing capacity polish Fields because blockade. Berlin.-, Ali miser Virgil h. Canada Laia r. Epperson representatives in Earl fourth St. Telephone 0 by popular demand Ramsay s continue their Sale furs our fur Sale started Friday and with unusual Success Friday and saturday. We have been asked and persuaded to continue this event a few More Days. No seconds. All High Quality merchandise from reliable manufacturers offered in this event. Select yours tomorrow. Salines and Lapins at this Low Price we cannot replace these Fine garments. But for your saving we Are offering our Stock to you. All sizes. Northern Seal and caracal Only the Best skins used in the making these Coats. Superior workmanship Well known manufacturers. Four kinds furs Caracus Pony Mountain Lamb and Mendoza beavers offered in this group. Today s Market requires 25 to 50% More for these Coats. 20 fur Coats included i this group Are Mink dyed Marmot Mink dyed Muskrat Squirrel locks red Fox cubbies and ponies. Also Silver Fox scarfs at per pair. $29 $49 79 95 95 95 $395 persian Lamb Hollander dyed. $19995 Hudson seals Hollander dyed genuine Pony fur coals. 110 $9995 fur cubbies $10.95  $19.95 $99.95 buy the easy Ramsay Way convenient terms the Ramsay Way. Select your coat now and pay a Little Down and monthly payments until fall and you have a coat at a saving. Or open a charge account and Wear it now. 1 left overs from our final clearance our clearance Sale Friday and saturday was tremendous but there were a few Odds and ends left. Original prices Are gone with the wind and ridiculous prices now prevail. In some cases we Are ashamed to admit the original prices. An Early visit tomorrow morning will save you Money. Full fashioned hosiery slight irregular qualities $1 Hose but priced to you for a saving. Three and four thread construction. =57 . Silk dresses last fall s dresses that could be worn now. Only a few left overs to sell at this Price up to $10.95 dresses. $300 sweaters and blouses from our main floor sport shop a few sweaters and blouses again reduced to 69c originally up to $2.98. Ladles sweater and blouses 69 ladies blouses from our second floor a group blouses formerly up $4.95, but priced to Clear those few left overs at Only i $195 neckwear scarfs belts 1 table accumulated leftovers neckwear scarfs and belts formerly up to $1 and some even higher. Ladles neckwear scarfs belts 19 c a. Silk dresses up to $19.95 silk dresses from our second floor. These late fall and Winter styles reduced to finish these leftovers. Rom  left a Vanraalte slips and gowns broken size ranges and Dis continued styles grouped to a Fly Gether at 39c each. Only a "-7limited Quantity. Formerly Jean $1.00 values. Clearance hosiery Belle Sharmee and Quaker Hose in discontinued colors. These formerly sold for $1.15 to $1.35. Buy several pairs tomorrow. 66 . 1 table third floor children ? sweaters and dresses 29 a

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